The Microsoft Store app for Windows 10 users is the same app available for Windows 11 users. You even get the rounded corners inside the app, but not around the frame, and you won’t see the semi-transparent materials, but you are getting pretty much everything else. When you update the app to the latest version, you will get access to more apps, including traditional desktop (win32) apps and all the new apps that Microsoft has been adding, including the ability to use third-party stores like the Epic Games Store. The new app coming to Windows 10 also means more flexibility for developers to bring their apps to the Store with the ability to use their own monetization platform to keep all the revenue. However, Microsoft will continue to offer its monetization platform for a small percentage of the sales. The new Microsoft Store app should arrive soon to all Windows 10 users, but if you want a head start, you will need to enroll your computer in the Release Preview Channel of the Windows Insider Program. Then check for updates from the Store app. If you want to upgrade to Windows 10 21H2, click the Download and install option from the Windows Update settings. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.